We have a new vacancy at Involve for Deputy Chief Executive.
Salary: Up to £42,000 per annum
Hours: Full time (37.5 per week)
Closing date: 23/07/2018
First stage interview date: 01/08/2018
Join us and shape the future of health and wellbeing support in Kent!
We are different- innovative, passionate, uncompromising about achieving our charitable aims and putting our clients, beneficiaries, volunteers and staff first. We are a growing organisation working with partners to improve the health and wellbeing of local communities, taking the lead for innovative new initiatives such as working with the NHS across West Kent to develop ‘social prescribing’ for thousands of patients.
This is a senior executive and high-profile role requiring both operational management skills and more importantly drive, vision and energy to shape the organisation, its current and future services. You will have significant influence, autonomy and impact as Deputy CEO of a key community organisation with over 5000 clients and beneficiaries, 350 volunteers and 40 staff.
Key skills; Finance, budgeting and reporting, commercial acumen, IT, data and technology, project management including systems and planning, business development, relationship building
Key attributes; positivity, energy, creativity, entrepreneurialism, compassion, intellect
Key experience; health and social care, non-profit or corporate sector, what matters is how you will transfer this experience to develop and innovate at Involve. You will have led and managed people, and designed, delivered and evaluated projects.
• Pension scheme
• Flexible working
• Opportunities for professional growth and meaningful contributions
• 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays)
• Peaceful and attractive office space with parking
• Wellbeing at work accreditation
• Members of Employers for Carers
This is an ideal opportunity for someone seeking to develop their career as a senior leader in the non-profit sector.
Employment is subject to an enhanced DBS check.
This position is exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.